Thomas Roulet on sustainable publishing models

Knowledge Rights 21 recently published a short video by Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. In it, Prof. Roulet discusses the operations of M@n@gement, the no-fee open access journal published by L’Association Internationale de Management Stratégique (AIMS). The journal is a good example of the turn to community-led forms of open access publishing and how publishing can be organised by communities and sustained by professional associations.

This video is reproduced under a CC BY licence and with the permission of Prof. Roulet. The original video was shared on the Knowledge Rights 21 blog here:

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